Recycled Kodak Film Speakers

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Maybe not quite practical, the Bird-Electron has constructed speakers from recycled 35mm plastic Kodak film cases.

Surprisingly, the unique speakers do not require a battery to operate, thus not needing any power other than the energy drawn from a connected MP3 player. The low volume output from the headphone jack is enough to power these tiny speakers. The sound produced comes from omni-directional sound waves, thus not creating high-quality audio…but definitely a “green” idea.

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4 Responses to “Recycled Kodak Film Speakers”

  1. Very interesting post, is good to know ways to make our planet last a little bit longer. Great post, very interesting blog.

  2. Information like this is a very important to save the mother earth

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  4. [...] Made from 100 percent recycled materials, the cubed shaped Eco-Speakers are able to fold into flat squares for easy portability and storage. The speakers can be plugged into a MP3 player or iPod to enable it to run without any batteries. [...]

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